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princeton verbal workbook

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by peaceandlove, Jun 12, 2008.

  1. peaceandlove

    peaceandlove 2+ Year Member

    Mar 19, 2008
    is any one using these as practice , and if so how do you think they compare to the real deal, too easy , too hard , or just okay. Reason is because i have been using this as practice for a week now and my scores are improving, although after this i intend to go straight to EK101, but i guess i am just buildind confident..wateva. what do you think?

    and also how many minutes should i be spending reading the passages.. b4 i was at nine but now i am down to 8mins.

    Also about berkerly review passages for the phy,and gen chem, i am assuming that real MCAT passages are not that long right??? cos it takes me about 3min to read all that. Probably 4 the bio and ochem- i can except long passages but not for the phy and gen chem.

    Does any one know the best resource for o-chem aside from berkley cos for some reason i am just not feeling that book, and i would like to start my o-chem seeing i would be taking the test in like 7weeks. thanks.

    sorry for all the afterthoughts, all these questions just came through now. thanks in advance :)
    Last edited: Jun 12, 2008
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  3. jamesq

    jamesq 5+ Year Member

    May 14, 2008
    I used this book for my preperation. One thing you should know is that the questions that PR uses are much more detailed oriented. i felt like the MCAT passages are overall theme passages. I would say they are useful, but take the scores with a grain of salt.

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